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Hesperides is a book of poetry published in 1648 by Robert Herrick. This collection of 1200 of his lyrical poems was published under his direction. His reputation rests on the book, which includes "To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time".
- Hesperides: or, Works both human and divine 1. W. Pickering. 1846.
- Hesperides: or, Works both human and divine 2. W. Pickering. 1846.
- Hesperides: Or, Works Both Human and Divine 1–2. Clarke. 1844.
- "6. Hesperides", The Cambridge History of English and American Literature (1907–21). Volume VII.
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- "Ovidian Exile in the Hesperides: Herrick's Politics of Intertextuality", Review of English Studies, Volume 57, Issue 232, Pp. 733–765
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